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MOTI PIIN Review: Too Good to Throw Away?

Vaping360 Team
May 29, 2020

Intro

The Moti Piin is a prefilled disposable vape with 5% nicotine-salt strength and a whopping 18 flavors! The Moti Piin holds 1.6 mL of e-juice with a coil resistance of 1.6 ohms and 350 mAh. Of course, if you’re looking for a substantial capacity of juice and battery life, disposables are not your best bet. These types of devices are all about convenience and ease of use.

The main point to understand is that disposables are beginner vapes designed to mimic the immediacy of smoking. In general, the Moti Piin should last you about the same amount of time that a pack of cigarettes would last you. That’s not a guarantee just a general framework. If that sounds like what would help you, let’s get to the review.

Moti Vape sent us these devices for the purpose of this review.

Price: $9.99 each

Kit contents

  • Moti Piin

Specifications

  • 1.6 ohm coil
  • 1.6 mL capacity
  • Rubberized texture or glossy
  • Rounded whistle-tip mouthpiece

Size, weight, and feel

Disposables are popping up everywhere. But most look the same. The Moti Piin is the first disposable we’ve seen with such a nice body and solid hand-feel. It’s more like a cylindrical vape pen instead of a JUUL copy in the form of a disposable. And the Moti Piin has a nice heft to it, which is due to a larger-than-normal battery.

Another highlight of the Moti Piin over others in its class is the mouthpiece. It’s a glossy rounded whistle-tip that makes for a comfortable draw. Much more than drawing on a hard rectangular form.

To distinguish the various flavors from each other, all 18 options have a different look and color scheme. Most have a rubberized finish and others are glossy. The ones with the rubberized coating make it hard to chuck into the trash! It still feels like you should be able to recharge it. But, you can’t. You have to enjoy it while the battery lasts.

Note: We feel the Moti Piin doesn’t last as long as the advertised 350 mAh, but that could be subjective based on the varying lengths of our draws. In general, the Piin lasts longer than other disposables, but we feel it’s shy of 350 mAh.

How does it hit?

The Moti Piin is an unassuming device with a quality MTL hit. It’s tight like a cigarette, which works well with the higher nicotine strengths. As you draw on the mouthpiece, there’s a blue LED at the bottom of the Piin that glows blue. And since it activates from an automatic draw, you simply take a drag when you want.

We received 2% and 5% nicotine options. The 2% option is smooth with a fairly soft throat hit. It’s faint, but still there. The 5% version is flat-out rowdy! It’s intense, particularly with the mentholated versions. It’s something to note if you like a faint hit.

The vapor is above average for a disposable, though you could still zero vape it. Just remember that 5% is intense. If you are trying to be discreet, take super short drags. It’s hard to be discreet when your coughing! If you have the 2% version, you can take longer drags without exceeding comfort. We like to keep both strengths around.

Are the flavors any good?

The Moti Piin has a deep menu of 18 flavor choices. Fruit, tea, tobacco, and desserts: it’s a very diverse menu. Here’s our take on five of them.

Tobacco: This tastes like the same tobacco that was in the original Moti. It’s no-frills with a fairly true-to-tobacco aroma. Slightly sweet with an almost-leathery element. Of note, this tobacco differs from the common pre-filled tobaccos that taste like nuts.

Tropical Mango: A solid mango with a bit of chill. It’s not the best mango ever, but it’s likely not going to offend you if you like mango. It’s about a medium sweetness and there’s a slight hint of green mango, but it works to make it more authentic.

Banana Frost: A surprisingly flavorful juice with an almost perfect blend of candy and natural tasting banana. Unfortunately, this flavor for some reason is borderline too aggressive with the 5% and menthol. It’s super cold! You might get a brain freeze (for real).

Blueberry Parfait: This flavor has an amazing aroma. it’s easy to pick out, even blindfolded, that this is the mix of sweet blueberries and yogurt. The issue is that the coil in the Moti Piin doesn’t hold up this flavor. Some of the hits start to taste off.

Green Tea: Very good. If you like to drink green tea, you might want to try this. Slight floral elements with that sweet nutty aroma. But you’re also going to have to be a fan of menthol. This is yet another flavor that has a hefty dose of chill. It works well though and it’s not too aggressive. Although, it would be nice to have the options for no menthol.

Pros / Cons

  • Build quality and design
  • Not shaped like a JUUL
  • Comfortable mouthpiece
  • Nice weight; harder to lose
  • Quality flavor production
  • Above-average vapor
  • Need more non-menthol options
  • Battery life feels like less than 350 mAh
  • Blueberry Parfait had issues burning

Verdict

Based on what we’ve seen and tried, the Moti Piin may just be one of the best disposables out right now. The flavors are good and accurate, and the build quality and design are objectively better than the competition.

But it’s still a disposable. There’s always the risk that something doesn’t go right with the coil or the battery. That would be tragic since you’d have to trash the whole device. Luckily, the only real issue we ran into was with the Yogurt Parfait Piin. The flavor smelled amazing, but the coil kept giving a bad hit. Other than that, and maybe a bit of frustration with so much menthol, we think the Moti Piin is a really good disposable vape.

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